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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta '-1 1 NOaOHCIMER PIANO! ASSMBHA MUSIC CO, LTD. f Phot I3MLY PUNIC miiKCtt Phone 1448, IMt Fmh AVIKIM VINOL" A uioderu tonic especially recommended ,is u loiiii- lor Elderly Weak Women and Uelk-alc CblWren. and during Couvales- For Chrcmk Coughs, Colds auj UromMiUij. li >s valuable iu lh-> tmtmtnt of certain-focdll'.ons c( Weakness. Torpor. Phys- ical loss ot Fleeb. lack of Animation. Iturwverislieil HKxxl. Indiftttlou. loss ot Appetite, aud iu general where a good ionic U Deeded, li is agreeable the most delicate Mcnuach. PRICE Tbe KENNY ALL1N Co., Ltd. JUST ARRIVED Another fine lot Freestone Peaches and Ilaliaii Prunes', also our first lot of No. 1 Macintosh Red apples and some very fine dry B. C. Onions. PRICES AS FOLLOWS Timothy and Bluejoint HAY, WE CAN SUPPLY YOU Place your orders cow while the hay Is the best quality. can you prompt.shipment. SAUNDERS HAY GRAIN COMPANY SECOND AVE. 732. NASH "SIX" TOURING MODEL B. C. DRY ONIONS. air Ib.........'........OSe Ptr cwl...........'..................... H.23 PEACHES, per cue Jt.50 No. 1 M'clNTOSH BED APPLES, ptr Ib... Ptr cue ITALIAN PRUNES, ptr cue THE GOOD CO., LTD. HUH cLAit QBictM MARKETS Qnla Ureitoe't Sept. closed loday unchanged for October, V-2c low- er Tor December and 1 2e lower (or May. Uarley closed l-2c lower tor Oc- tober, unchanged for December and 1-Sc higher tor May. Flax closed 5c lower Tor October. He lower (or No- vember and 10 1-lc lower lor Deecui-1 ber. Winnipeg Markets Open. SO'.t 121U 115 116 Close. 115 j llli'j I 410 39S New Contract Hotor Co. This places ihe responsibility upon us of selling and dis- the Nash Motor .truck arid Touring Cars in .5jou.tJSem Alberta and British Columbia. We have complete stock of parts so that you are assured of a service equal to any motor .car" in Lelb- bridge. r Come and visit us and we prove ;ve-are all we ...._. ...i Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH NORTH OF POST OFFICE EVERYTHING for the AUTOMOBILE OATS Oclober December May October December May October 121 November 40! Dcccmter Cash No. 2 C.W... SIM No. 3 S3y Kitra No. I feed ...............53U 1 No. 1 feed.. No. 2 feed.. SHi I BARLEY- NO. 3 N'o. 4 C.W...123 Rejected and Filed ....'........111V- iNo.- (No. 2 C.W......................JOJ 'Condemned Calflnry Livestock v CALGARY. Sept. quiet on the market at the stQckyards 1 I 200 of cattle had beea n-etgbed at 1 Only a few beef steers were offered, Hie jority going from {S lo one cboice bringlug common heifers, J5C50 to J7.00; cancers lo iJ-25; a few fat bulclier dieora went baek lo feed at 53 to twentj- stocker heifers were, sold at a head, one going as high as }60. Choic.e veal made 57.50 to )S: bulls, (5.50 to A fen- hugs-off wagons were sold at 517.00 for selects. Winnipeg Livettock WINNIPEG, Sept. too Union stock yards today livestock receipts were 2.700 274 calves> 17G hogs and 3S9 sheep. nutr.her steers, fS to fll; beifers, 15.75 lo JB.50; cows, to ?9; bulls, J4.50 to fG.GO; oien, f5 to stork- era. to 410.50. Sheep, ?5 to J10; ealres, (5 to (10; lambs, to JI2.50. Hogs, 117.00; heaTies, J14 to sows, fll.50 to J13; slags, IS'to (IS; lljlils, ?1G to 51i- New York Stack] NrJW YORK, Sept: sales: C.P.R., 150S; -Unlled Stales Steel. 106H: Jerred, You Cannot Forget.. Our PBOM Nt. It is Harte 8 Supply to. 8 o'clock.- Organizer 13ro. Jewell, rrom Ed moii (on, will address the L served, i found at the -Willis I'lauo Store, 707 loba. TVBS part cloudy and cool, with You Kill want-some flags to decorate your home and your i car for the of the Prince of Wales. o' have different sizes JJnion Jacks. Get your requirements BOW as Mags will Le scarce In a ten- days. OPEN TONIGHT TILL NINEO'CLOCK RED1 CROSS DRUG Phone 555 7. Bldg. How's Your Delanys Meat Co. Fnt OYSTERS Jwt Tkty ut 1 Qwity. Poric ud Pork Prvdvcti An Cmunf Down. Get Our Phone 452 HAVE YOUR FURNACE FLUES looked afUr now. Later'on TVO maj- be (oo busf lo gtve you Immediate attention. Wo maku fines ot Vny size, sbarie or dl- mcnBlon. [he r.'ght here. Use Ihe beat and heaviest every nitchan. leal appliance for the work. Employ skilled mechanic! only. Chirje reasonable prices. us do It now. The IJXOR Sheet Metal Co. light ram anil snow at morning. ForecMl Saskatchewan Pan cloudy and Iffihl snow In central portion. Local showers, but most- ly fair; s onion-hat warmer on Tuesday. Saskatchewan and Ixical The Magrath soldlcfG1 reception commit tee desires the foil owing1 In- formation Hi once from all soldiers who lelt the J.Iagrath district foroivar purposes; First, the name and nd- warmer. showers, but luoatlr fair and a HUle I 3econd. date of Wrth; ihlrd, date of fourth, battalion; tiflb, scrvlcD; sixth, dale of dis- charge; serenlh( a good cabinet slzo phbtoeraph (in The commidec has under way Ihe making of a suitable souvenir for (lie soldier boys. Friends and relatives help us lo get the names of the.sol- tilers out of (he district. J. A. Merccrf chairman; Karl Marker, secrelary. 243-G CITY AND DISTRICT >NoLicc to Gun Crews The gun crews firing the royal sa- lute will meet at the temporary armor- ies on Tuesday nigbt at 6.30 o'clock for final practice. J- O.C., 25th Battery, C.F.A. Lawyeri in Portland 'Messrs. W, S: BaH and H. arc on a- business visit to Portland, Oregon. D. D. Fined AL (he city police court on Monday morning, Ernest Spivey was mulcted j and costs for being intoxicated in a public place. Died GROSSMAN ID LelhhrldEC, EJept. 25; Jacob Grossman, oged years. Funeral from undertaking par- lors of MacKay iloll on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 10.30 o'clock, Rev. 0. L. FUNERAL NOTICE The (uneral of the lite Elliab-th K. AnderEon will be held 'on Sept. 30lli, Instead or Sept. 39th, from the under- ;aklnR parlors of Her.' Dcnooii olflclallnff. In pub- lic cemetery. Sept., thy In Memorlam In loving memory of our ion, Pic. J. A..Adam, wfeb WBI In France on the 28th dmy of 191S. Sleep on. dear son, pud take rest, We miss Uieo most, Ihkt loTtd Ihef beat. Just todij You Free .all 'Carq.and'sorrow, Happy, safe, You were laid In So noble, kind. and-truej And no one misses you so mucn. As your dear ones at home. by hid loving father, mother, sisters and brothers. If you .suffer from bilious- i ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, con- stipation, sleeplessness, or ir- ritability, quite probably your liver is uuL of order and will nave to he put in shape again to relieve ypur_.trouble. REXALL LITTLE LIVER -PILLS tvilf do the trick. In Salt Lake City "Mr. D. B. Eraeno, manager of the local branch of the Bant of Montreal, is on a business visit to Salt Lake City, 25c Warner Judge Jacksonjield'a district, court, silting at Warner on .Saturday, coii- [innlng'the lax enforcement returnb for the village and the rural munici- pality of Warner. ANNOUNCEMENTS KentEthmen'i Meeting The regular meeting1 will be held tomorrow (Tnesdiy) In SI. MaryTa hall at S o'clock. The members will also hold H competition tor the beat (ivr. potatoei. Theoder Fosl'um Recital capacity house heard Mr. Theodor FoBsum in a high-class recital pro- gram al the Colonial theatre, last eve- ning. Ho gare. evidence ot work and Ihoughltul'Interpretations in all ot his rarled numbers. The mem- a program oi Its length re- quires marked ability, and Mr. Fosaum demonstrated his high standing as a pianist. Brilliant technical skill had been acquired, which was amplj- dem- onstrated throughout Hie program, es- petlallf In Chopin and Grelg. Miss Lucille Harver delighted the audience with her reading, "The Sellish QIant." Miss .Margaret Smith supplied an ex- cellent plaiio accompaniment. Mrs. .T. n. Kennedy sang In her usilaf ar- tistic manner and merited the hearty applause given. Leo M. Coombs flay- ed the piano accompaniment, with C. In violin obligate. Mr. Coombs Tv-JII gire further hlgb'Claai; concerts from lime to lime, when Mr. Possum and olher teachers and artiste pupils of Ihe Leo M. Coombs siudlos will be heard. D. HptKittian] Co, Limited The Tlwtatt Ston i'i Planter Wholeiil. >nd Retail Ctwmltt. Uis'irid ttZ Green Adams Reir of Htnld Offlu fiorae Hides AD HUet, Fnrt boufht it Top Market Price. Reference: stindird lULk ct C.O.F. NOTICE The regular meeting of llic Cana- dian Order oi Foresters will be held in Ihe K. oJ P. hall tbis evening at F L FLAGS G S Buy your as supply is limited. Small flags and large house flags ori hand. TOR AGE ERVICE ATISFY .We. have .the equipment and a competent staff lo properly handle any car, regardless of the nature of ihe" trouble. are from Missouri, we'll be glad lo see you.. THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. 414 SIXTH STREET SOUTH M.OCK PHONE 1017 Peier Ray, president of the worlh Mirk Froriucura usociaLlon, saya lhat IT Ihcy are .noL allowed tu ra'so the price oi rnllh they will go out ut business. THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR SHABBY FURNITURE Make the Old Things New At very little expenu and without any effort you can make your furniture, your woodwork your floon bright, and waterproof with THERE'S FUN IN MAKING GOOD BREAD AS WELL AS DILATING IT. QUAKER BREAD IS UN- IFORMLY 0000 SRCAD. JOHN GILMQRE UM1TEP, BAKER5 PHONE Office Relldtnct I3M Z( ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE U. R. NEXT lo a clean, cafe ptaco aL WESTBROOKBROS. bank of Monlrea FLOOR FINISH The Home Preserving Varnish We futnntee a 'perfect rtwlt'or "refund Tour money for the empty if you iol- low directloM. Come in, Lei ui you the wonderful results possible with vtrniih. We hire i! clear or colon. i HICK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. HAflOWARE, PLUMilNO AND1 PHONE UnderwoodTypewritBr All Makes ot Typewriter Overhauled, Md Exchanged. OFFICE STATIONERY, PRIfmNG, PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING EVERALL FRANKS THim AVINUI aOUTM ;